Wi-Fi Info in the Guest Bedrooms

Hey, hey how was your Turkey Day? We had a good day with good friends and good food. The rest of our weekend was spent decorating for Christmas (me) and relaxing (you know who).

If you’ve been hanging here lately then you know I just finished my 2nd guest bedroom makeover (if you are new…Welcome! You can read about my 1st guest bedroom makeover here and my 2nd guest bedroom makeover here). I wanted to share a small extra touch I added to each room for my guests. It was so easy to do and it was FREE! Do you see it on the nightstand?

Wi-Fi Info in the Guest Bedrooms | chatfieldcourt.comWhenever our girls come home to visit they yell out from their bedroom…”Moooommmm what’s the password for the internet?”

I usually end up reciting it 2 or 3 times until they get it, it’s a really long and complicated password, so I thought I would print out our wi-fi info on some card stock and frame it for each room.

Wi-Fi Info in the Guest Bedrooms | chatfieldcourt.comI used Picmonkey to make a simple design and added our connection name and our password (which is blocked out for privacy reasons, obviously). Printed it out on card stock, cut it to fit and slapped it into the frame. 15 minutes to do both…so simple. You could be all fancy and colorful but I went with something super simple…that’s just how I roll. 😉

I’m sure they’ll find something else to yell about. LOL

Wi-Fi Info in the Guest Bedrooms | chatfieldcourt.comSince this project was so quick and simple I was able to work on my Christmas decorating. It was a balmy 45 degrees on Saturday so I worked outside on my front porch stoop. Here’s a peek.

Wi-Fi Info in the Guest Bedrooms | chatfieldcourt.comHave you started your Christmas decorating yet? What about your shopping? I’ve done some but I’m a bit behind.

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  1. Tuesday,December 2, 2014 / 1:53 pm

    Makes me wish I had guests who would need the wifi password!!
    Well, actually, I should probably make onr for myself – the Mister knows the password, as it’s one of his, but I have to ask when phones or tablets get screwed up. That and the Netflix password, ha!

    • Kristi
      Wednesday,December 3, 2014 / 4:57 pm

      That’s a great idea! You could make one with your Netflix password…why not? I have trouble just turning the tv on with all the darn remotes. Unfortunately there’s no sign for that. 😉

      Thanks for visiting today.
      K.

  2. MaryJean
    Tuesday,December 2, 2014 / 10:27 pm

    Hey K! Took me a good part of the day to put away my Fall decorations and then started putting out my Christmas decorations. I have bins and bins of decorations, but it seems I don’t have what I want for certain places in my house. I always decorate the living/dining room, kitchen and bathroom. I just bought a comforter 8-piece set for the bedroom with kind of country Christmas look (it was on sale!). Anyway, I would like to do some decorating in the bedroom, but don’t know what to do and I see spaces around the house that need some decorating. I like the “country Christmas” look, if you haven’t figured it out yet. How about some ideas? Could use your help. Thanks! Have a great week!

    • Kristi
      Thursday,December 4, 2014 / 3:59 am

      Hmmm, I tend to keep it simple and use lots of evergreens, poinsettia, pinecones and candles here and there. Not knowing what your bedroom looks like…how about a wreath over the headboard with a plaid ribbon or one to match your new bedding. I used several wreaths this year, preserved boxwoods, and I’m loving them. In empty spaces on dressers or consoles group several candlesticks or birch covered candles with evergreens all around them. Maybe a Christmas chalkboard printable in an empty frame (lots of free ones online). I am doing a house tour next Wednesday, maybe that will help you out. I’d love to know what you do.

      Thanks so much for stopping in MJ. Have fun decorating.
      K.

      • MaryJean
        Thursday,December 4, 2014 / 12:43 pm

        I agree, I don’t like too much “stuff” in the bedroom either. I like the wreath idea. I don’t know why I never thought of that. I do have, what my mother used to call a bachelor bureau, in front of my window in the bedroom. It has my “NEW” 3 in 1 printer on it now, but that will be going in my spare bedroom so I will have space there for some decorating. Good ideas K! Looking forward to the house tour!

        • MaryJean
          Thursday,December 4, 2014 / 12:44 pm

          Oh, it’s a wireless printer, yay!!!

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